OXFORD Brookes University has warned its students against a mobile phone scam that is tricking young people into debt across the country.
People have been offered cash incentives to register for personal mobile phone contracts by a private company, but are now racking up debts and are said to have left themselves open to identity fraud.
The National Mobile Phone Crime Unit is investigating, and it has urged students to change passwords and security questions to prevent any problems.
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